Energy efficiency to reduce urban greenhouse gas emissions

How Skopje and other cities in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia help the country meet its targets under the Paris Agreement

Energy efficiency to reduce urban greenhouse gas emissions

How Skopje and other cities in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia help the country meet its targets under the Paris Agreement


As part of its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) and commitment to the Paris Agreement, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 30 percent by 2030. Since most electricity still comes from coal-fired power plants, one essential route to achieve this goal is to improve energy efficiency. The NDC is a national commitment, but local action is helping make progress. Skopje, the capital and home to around one-third of the population, has sought to make schools and other public buildings more energy-efficient, to fight climate change, but also to offer a cost-efficient and user-friendly alternative

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